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MQM demands apology from Khawaja Asif for disgusting remarks


 Posted on: 6/16/2015
Member Coordination Committee of Muttahida Quami Movement Dr Farooq Sattar asked the Federal Minister for Defense Khawaja Asif to apologize Muhajirs over seditious remarks of original or non-original Mohajirs.
Talking to a press conference at Khursheed Begum Secretariat, Dr Farooq Sattar said that if the Minister would not immediately apologize Urdu-Speaking Muhajirs, MQM would devise its plan to demonstrate against him throughout the country, including Karachi and Sindh. He said that MQM would register its protest all the related platforms, including National Assembly and Senate.
In-Charge Coordination Committee Kahiful Wara, members CC Syed Haider Abbas Rizvi, Qamar Mansoor, Shabbir Qaimkhani and Aslam Afridi were also present on the occasion. Dr Sattar said that the shameful speech of Defense Minister after MQM’s opposition for Army Act Ordinance in National Assembly.
He said that MQM opposed the way the Ordinance was presented on the floor as it had already been supported the Ordinance before by his party. He condemned the minister’s remarks that Muhajirs who came from Jalindher and Ludhyana were original and rest were the non-original Muhajirs.
Dr Sattar said that Khawaja Asif used prejudicial, provocative and non-Parliamentary language on the floor and ridiculed the biggest mass migration in the world’s history. He said that his remark was absolutely against the two-nation theory and Pakistan’s Movement.
He said that they were the Muhajirs who fought with the army in East Pakistan but they were left stranded after the war and now creating dichotomy between Punjabi and non-Punjabi Muhajirs. He said that the Urdu-speaking Muhajirs were suffered with targeted-killings, extra-judicial killings and forced missing.
While Syed Haider Abbad Rizvi said that the Muhajirs had been facing hatred and prejudices by other political parties and during the democratic government they were called “Makkhi,” Bhokay Nungay” and “original or non-original Muhajirs.” He said that Muhajirs supported the entire economy of the country after the partition and actively participated in the progress of the country.
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9/28/2016 1:47:30 PM